Growing Mimosa Trees from Seed

I just recently was given seed pods from a mimosa tree from Texas. I live in New Jersey and I am not sure if it will survive the winters here. I don't know which variety of mimosa these seeds are from. I do see quite a few mimosa trees around. Can you give me some advice please?

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July 31, 20150 found this helpful

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This is the variety I have in OH and our trees haven't died out from winter seasons. The lime green seed pods that resemble little pea pods are on the trees now. I've always let the seeds germinate on their own and transplant from new starts. Since your state has much colder winter temps, I'd plant the seeds/starter plant on the south side and sheltered from the worse weather if possible. Just not too close to the house or other buildings. These trees sure draw the hummingbirds in blooming season. Good luck!

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